Politics geared towards the 2022 general election is continuing to take shape throughout the country with different political moves to secure their election in 2022.
For this reason, leaders eyeing elective positions have resorted to holding a series of strategy meetings before the polls which are 13 months away.
The meeting with the MCAs was meant to discuss several issues touching on the unity and development of Rift Valley region as well as mobilization for DP Ruto's 2022 Presidential bid.
"Glad to have hosted Mca's from Nandi county this afternoon at my home in Bahati. We discussed on several issues of touching on the unity , development of our region as rift Valley and mobilization of Dr William Ruto support for his presidential bid come 2022," Hon Kimani Ngunjiri said.
The meeting also discussed on the progress of UDA registration in Nandi county and the Bahati MP handed over UDA registration booklets to boost on the 600 booklets that had been received by Nandi Governor earlier.
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